St George’s trainee wins gold medal in national exams
Renna Mahsoub has recently completed her national orthodontic exam with the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) and scored the highest mark in her year. She has been awarded with a gold medal in recognition of her ‘outstanding and meritorious’ results.
Since 2016, Renna has been on split rotation training with St George’s and King’s College Hospital and is a very popular and hardworking registrar in the orthodontic department. She receives very positive feedback from her trainers and her patients, and has produced some wonderful smiles during her time at St George’s.
Jamie Gwilliam, one of her consultant trainers said “She is an outstanding clinician and well deserving of this award, but I also would hope this is representative of the high-quality training she has received here at St George’s. Renna is now the third such winner we have had in eight years”.
Renna added: “I feel it is really good that all of my hard work over the last three years has been recognised nationally. It’s been a demanding training schedule but I feel I have had the most supportive team at St George’s. My heartfelt thanks go to all of my colleagues and supervisors – I really feel like this is a team award!”